My son in law lived there for several years and they kite on the turnigan arm. He lives in Fairbanks now. Pretty tough place to kite. Wetsuit/drysuit, big tides, silty water. There is a big kite community there.
My son in law used to live there and they kite on the turnigan arm. He is now in Fairbanks. Pretty tough place to kite. Wetsuit/drysuit, big tides, and silty water. That being said, there is a pretty big community there.
I have 2008 nemesis kites still in great shape. Would a newer OR bar work with them. The best bar is a low y. I looked at the compatibility chart posted on this forum awhile back and best sites weren't listed.
I will be leaving as you are arriving. I am 180 and am brining 6,9, and 12 with 150 mako tt. Might bring directional, but not sure I want to pay oversize fee. Go to mauiwindcam. They have a cam of kanaha beach. Fun to check out.
Even if the wind is flat, surfing and SUP are great.
I have been riding the Mako 150 for years. Bought an OR Duke last year and still trying to get dialed in on that. The duke is a great ride, goes up wind with no effort, flattens chop, and surfs great. The 150 is still the go to board
Thanks for the responses. Kite ranch , i like that. Maybe if the soybeam market goes flat due to tarrif war with china, land will be cheaper. I snowkite in the rolling wheat fields near the university of idaho